Today's Topics: 1) Doubting Thomas and the True Faith 2) The Truth about Confession 3, 4) How to Meditate as a Catholic
Good information about the Catholic faith is more readily available today than ever before. Yet, there is still widespread confusion about Catholic belief and practice. Officially, it is the job of the Catholic bishops to clear up such confusion. But in the current reality, lay Catholics need to take it upon themselves to know, share, and defend their faith.
Every week Catholic author and speaker Matthew Arnold gives clear and simple witness to the Catholic Faith without obscuring, complicating, or watering down the exclusive claims of Christ and His Church.
Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ said, “I am the way and the truth and the life… and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free” (John 14.6; 8.32). And that is no nonsense.
Today's Topics: 1) Rejoice, O Hearts that Seek the Lord! 2) How do we know that Jesus rose from the dead? 3) The Gift of the Holy Spirit 4) Jesus lives in…
Today's Topics: 1) The Redemption & the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJHhTSQgn30&list=PLRDphJX8Fb3kpH5vvU4qA2qgQS3hqk-sU&index=13 2, 3) The Denial of Peter vs the Despair of Judas 4) The Royal Road of the Cross
Today's Topics: 1, 2) Laetare Sunday & the Miracle of the Loaves & Fishes 3, 4) The Eucharistic Discourse & the Communion of Saints
Today's Topics: 1) Gospel: Jesus Declares Mary Blessed 2) Call No Woman "Father" 3, 4) The Eucharistic Rosary
Today's Topics: 1) The Transfiguration 2) Give it Up for Lent 3) Indulgences & Sacramentals 4) Prayer
Today's Topics: 1) The Penitential Act 2) The Temptation of Christ in the Desert 3) Thoughts on Death from The Imitation of Christ 4) The "New Evangelization" and You
Today's Topics: 1) Finding the Fallacy: No true Scotsman Meet the Early Church Fathers: Gregory the Great 2, 3, 4) Interview
Today's Topics: 1) Quinquagesima Sunday 2) Ash Wednesday 3) Ten Ways to Increase Your Devotion to Jesus in the Eucharist 4) Traditions of Fasting and Abstinence